Many games now include in-game currencies and microtransactions through which players can obtain new items or features. Scammers attempt to take advantage of these systems by selling fully-upgraded accounts to unsuspecting kids for real-world money. To keep children safe while gaming, instruct them about the risks of in-game purchasing. Teach them what a legitimate microtransaction looks like and how to spot and avoid fraud. Most importantly, be sure they understand they should never attempt to purchase somebody else’s account or sell their own. If they do, it could open a door into your family’s personal and financial information.